In American Legacy Foundation v. Lorillard Tobacco Company, download pdf file, a Chancery Court decision arising in connection with the historic settlement among the tobacco companies and the attorney generals of 46 states in 1998, the issue decided by the court was whether the foundation funded by the tobacco companies pursuant to the settlement constituted a breach of the terms of the Settlement Agreement that prohibited “personal attacks on,” or “vilification of” any person or company. The court describes in detail the various advertising campaigns that were allegedly in violation of the agreement and found that the specific advertisements in question did not violate the relevant provisions of the Settlement Agreement.